By Khosrow Chadan, David Colton, Lassi Päivärinta, William Rundell
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3. Let K be a compact operator and I the identity operator. Then the dimension of the null space of I — K is finite. Proof. Choose F to be of finite rank with \\K - F\\ < 1. Then where, since \\K — F\\ < 1,1 — (K — F) is invertible via its Neumann series and FI has finite rank. Hence, K(p = ? if and only if F\tp = ip. This establishes the theorem. 4. 3). Then the null space of F consists of only the function zero. Proof. Suppose Fg = 0. 3) corresponding to the incident field is zero, and hence by Rellich's lemma the corresponding scattered field is zero in M 2 \L>.
The proof of Green's formula) it is easily seen that for x G D and hence v = 0 in D. 2 below we can now conclude that g = 0 and the theorem is proved. 2. 6) and v vanishes in some open set in 1R,2, then g = 0. 3. 6) for g e L 2 (Q) is called a Herglotz wave function with kernel g. 5. Suppose Im n = 0 and m = 1 — n > 0 in D. 3). Then the dimension of the null space of F is finite. Proof. 8). 11) we see that u = v — w is a radiating solution of the Helmholtz equation in JR2\D and hence by Green's formula u = 0 in 1R2\I?.
4) the following result holds. 9) in a domain D. Then if ^(x) = 0 for x in some open subset of D, -E^x) = 0 for all x e D. 2. 2) in the form un(r,d) = R(r}$(0}. r. Setting z = kr, y(z) = R(r) we find that y is a solution of Bessel's equation which we now proceed to study. By the method of Frobenius, we find that for n = 0 , 1 , 2 , . . 3) as a function of the complex variable z is given by Jn(z) is the Bessel function of order n. For n = 0 , 1 , 2 , . . 5772... is Euler's constant. If n = 0 the finite sum is set equal to zero.
An introduction to inverse scattering and inverse spectral problems by Khosrow Chadan, David Colton, Lassi Päivärinta, William Rundell